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Today, an opinion was filed in the Americans for Prosperity v. Xavier Becerra case. This case focuses on 501(c)(3) organizations disclosing their donors in accordance with the law. Campaign Legal Center filed an Amicus Curiae in this case.
Campaign Legal Center (CLC) submitted the attached letter to the chair of the North Carolina House Committee on Rules, Calendar, and Operations, urging the chair and committee to oppose anti-transparency legislation that is before the committee. The bill, S.B. 636, would make information about donors to 501(c) nonprofit organizations confidential and prohibit the disclosure of donor information, subject to narrow legal exceptions.
On June 11, 2021, Danielle Lang, Campaign Legal Center's (CLC) director of voting rights, testified on two of the most significant ways in which the right to vote has been restricted in recent years: first through attacks on the quality of in-person voting sites, i.e., polling places, and second through restrictions on opportunities to vote–including early voting, vote-by-mail and drop boxes. Both topics highlight the dire need for federal legislative action to ensure that all levels of government afford Americans meaningful and equitable opportunities to exercise their fundamental right to vote.